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Judging the Judges: Pentecostal Theological Perspectives on the Book of Judges

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This monograph makes available a number of cutting-edge academic studies by leading Pentecostal Old Testament scholar Lee Roy Martin. Building on his groundbreaking work, The Unheard Voice of God, Martin here offers seven additional explorations of significant themes in the book of Judges. These studies include those on 'The Relational God of Judges', 'God at Risk: Divine Vulnerability in Judges 10.6-16', 'Tongues of Angels, Words of Prophets: Divine Communication in the Book of Judges', 'Yahweh Conflicted: Unresolved Theological Tension in the Cycle of Judges', 'Power to Save ?: The Role of the Spirit of Yahweh in the Book of Judges', '"Where are all his wonders?" The Exodus Motif in the Book of Judges', and 'Judging the Judges: Searching for Value in these Problematic Characters'. Martin's constructive investigations contribute greatly to Pentecostal readings of the book of Judges as well as to the broader field of Judges studies. It is destined to be part of these conversations for years to come.

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